Has Kerry Katona kicked George Kay out after 9 months of marriage?

So not third time lucky after all…

Kerry Katona and George Kay

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Kerry Katona has apparently kicked her husband, George Kay, out of their family home after just nine months of marriage.

The Atomic Kitten star is fed up of George going “missing” from their £3,500-per-month home in Chinnor, Oxon, so she’s given him the boot. She’s also taken down the couple’s wedding photos from her personal Facebook account.

A source told The Sun: “George’s party lifestyle doesn’t suit Kerry. He has been going missing regularly and Kerry has said she has had enough. She has had such a rough time over the past year or so and he hasn’t been able to support her at all.


“All he’s bothered about is how he looks, going back to Warrington to see his friends and partying. And he’s done nothing to support her financially or emotionally.

“She says she feels like she is putting her own kids through what she went through when she was younger with her mum and a string of bad men.”

Kerry tweeted a hint at her relationship issues, saying: “Funny how life can change in a split second and your eyes have been open.”

And just weeks ago George described their relationship as “tough”. He said: “Marriage isn’t what I thought it would be. In my darkest moments I’ve wondered if we should even be together.”

The family source added: “They have had their ups and downs but this doesn’t look good. “There’s every chance they could be back together in a week but Kerry is upset.

“She has now said that it’s her kids she wants to focus on rather than finding love because it always goes wrong.”

Kerry and George have a daughter, Dylan-Jorge, one, together. While Kerry has four kids from her first two marriages — Molly and Lily-Sue from Brian McFadden, and Heidi and Max from Mark Croft.

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